Sakiyama Takayuki, Open Twisting Sculpture with Ridged Banding, 2011.  14 x 16.5 x 19" stoneware with sand and orange glaze.  Joan B Mirviss LTD, New York NY

3rd Annual SOFA WEST: Santa Fe 2011, New Dates, August 4 - 7

  • June 24, 2011

Long heralded as the nation’s premier fairs for outstanding contemporary art and design in New York and Chicago, SOFA’s 3rd annual western edition returns to the Santa Fe Convention Center with ...

Caroline Kerrigan Lerch

CAROLINE KERRIGAN LERCH NAMED SHOW DIRECTOR FOR INAUGURAL METROPOLITAN SHOW, 125 WEST 18TH STREET, JANUARY 18-22, 2012

  • June 20, 2011

Caroline Kerrigan Lerch was named Show Director for the Metropolitan Show, it was announced by Mark Lyman, President of the Art Fair Company.  The inaugural fair, which debuts January ...

Roman Stripe quilt from Laura Fisher.

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING BLUE… Antique Blue Textiles as Wedding Gifts at FISHER HERITAGE

  • June 08, 2011

June brides and grooms, or grooms and grooms, or brides and brides will cherish an antique textile emphasizing the color blue that NYC Americana dealer Laura Fisher has collected in anticipation ...

Femme cueillant des Fleurs by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, c.  1874, oil on canvas, 65.5 x 54.4 cm from Dickinson.

Spring 2011 in Review: Most Popular Art & Antiques News on ArtfixDaily

  • June 08, 2011

  Top 5 most-read ArtWire press releases in Spring 2011 (March 1-June 7): 1. A MAGNIFICENT EARLY RENOIR AND AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF JEALOUSY AT TEFAF MAASTRICHT MARCH 18-27, 2011 2. ...

Lot 500, an important Southern Edgefield District stoneware pictorial jug attributed to Stoney Bluff, possibly Dave, estimated at $40,000-$70,000.

RECENTLY DISCOVERED SCARCE SOUTHERN STONEWARE JUG COULD REACH NEW RECORD PRICE AT CHARLTON HALL

  • Charlton Hall Galleries
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  • May 31, 2011

  Charlton Hall is thrilled to be offering a rare incised-decorated Edgefield stoneware jug in its next auction scheduled for June 11th and 12th. Only three documented Edgefield District ...

Bundu mask, Sowei society Mende people, Sierre Leone Used in the initiation ceremony for a girl entering womanhood

LOS ANGELES TRIBAL ASSOCIATION’S “CULTURAL CROSSROADS III” POP-UP EXHIBITION OF PREMIER ART RETURNS, JUNE 3-5, 2011

  • May 31, 2011

10-YEAR OLD ASSOCIATION MAKES COLLECTING FROM REMOTE REGIONS ACCESSIBLE, EDUCATIONAL; WEEKEND INCLUDES ‘ANTIQUES ROADSHOW-ESQUE’ PUBLIC APPRAISAL DAYS Preview Evening to Benefit Gay & ...

The headquarters flag of Civil War General Philip Henry Sheridan.

JEFF R. BRIDGMAN PLANS EXHIBITIONS OF RARE & IMPORTANT FLAGS TO COMMEMORATE THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CIVIL WAR (1861 - 2011) AT ART AND ANTIQUE FAIRS ACROSS THE COUNTRY

  • May 26, 2011

  To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the outbreak of the American Civil War, Jeff R. Bridgman, the nation’s premier antique flag specialist, will present a selection of rare and ...

Screenshot of the RJG Antiques website.

Goldbergers Launch New Website, Continue to Lead the Way Selling Antiques on the Internet

  • May 25, 2011

Russ and Karen Goldberger of RJG Antiques have launched a new and significantly improved version of their highly successful American folk art and antique decoy website, www.RJGAntiques.com. ...

Sino-Tibetan Porcelain Bodhisattva sold for $44,650

Chinese Ivories Bring Fireworks at Cowan's

  • Cowan's Auctions
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  • May 21, 2011

  CINCINNATI - Cowan's May 21 Spring Fine and Decorative Art Auction was hailed a success as a grouping of 80 lots of Chinese decorative arts in the auction sold for significantly higher ...

18th and early 19th century American furniture are highlights of dealers George & Debbie Spieker of North Hampton, NH, at the New Hampshire Antiques Show.

What's Old is New Again: 54th Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show, “Best Show of Its Kind in New England,” Set for Aug. 11-13

  • New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association
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  • May 20, 2011

Design bloggers declared 2011 a year to prove that what's old is new again. Katie Armour, author of The Neo-Traditionalist blog, says, "It's time to celebrate the classics": namely, timeless ...

Bill Roland, co-founder of Roland Antiques, Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village Gets an Auction House

  • Roland Auctions
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  • May 19, 2011

William Roland and Robert Roland, co-founders of Roland Antiques Gallery, Inc. have formally announced the opening of their new auction gallery, Roland Auctions, in New York City's Greenwich ...

The Manchester Pickers Market and MidWeek in Manchester Antiques Shows return to the Furniture World Design Center in August 2011.

Pickers Market and Mid*Week return to Furniture World

  • May 18, 2011

Barn Star Productions and Frank Gaglio are pleased to announce their two premiere antiques shows during Antiques Week in New Hampshire will be returning to the Furniture World Design Center for ...

Image courtesy of Jeff R.  Bridgman

Jeff Bridgman's Top Ten Things to Know about the American Flag on Flag Day, June 14

  • May 16, 2011

  “Many people think that the flag we love so much as Americans was born alongside the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776, or at least in the general vicinity of that day," notes ...

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Los Angeles-Based Emerging Artist Marjan Vayghan exhibits ‘Legacy Crate Series’ at the Beverly Hills Art Show-The Affaire in The Gardens

  • City of Beverly Hills
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  • May 16, 2011

  The 38th Annual Beverly Hills Art Show – Affaire In The Gardens will present a special exhibit curated by Peter Mays, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Art Association, of Los ...

The Affaire in The Gardens

38th ANNUAL BEVERLY HILLS ART SHOW - AFFAIRE IN THE GARDENS RETURNS TO BEVERLY GARDENS MAY 21 & 22

  • City of Beverly Hills
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  • May 16, 2011

  The city’s largest public art event features thousands of artworks, artist demonstrations, a special exhibit, wine garden, art tours, and live music The 38th annual Beverly Hills Art ...